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Monday 15th June

Maths

Understand Percentages

 

Today, as you have been used to doing, you will first need to visit the White Rose website for the video slides, and worksheets. (I’ve also put the question sheet and answer sheet below.)

                                         

 

You can also visit the BBC Bitesize website for an extra video on today’s maths lesson.

 

The links are below:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1

 

Just a reminder – the idea is that the BBC provides further support to help you learn, you will still need to complete the White Rose question sheet, and as always, you can check your answers.

Monday 15th June

Literacy

Synonyms and Antonyms

This week we’re going to use a David Walliams text as our inspiration. First of all though, head to the BBC Bitesize page. You can use this link. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z63ny9q

 

Watch the videos to remind you what synonyms and antonyms are and have a go at Activity 1. (You don’t need to do Activity 2.)

 

Then, read the pages for David Walliams’ World’s Worst Children 2 – Stacey Superstar, below.

Once you’ve read this, you could try to develop your understanding of synonyms and antonyms.

Use the synonym and antonym sheets below. (You can write in your book.)

Monday 15th June

On-line Safety

False Photography

I want you to think about all of the images you see on TV, on the internet and even in magazines and on advertisements.

Now, watch the powerpoint I’ve attached below – False Photography.

A few slides in, it asks you to look at some images – I’ve attached those below, too (Spot the edits photo pack).

Once you’ve worked your way through the powerpoint, I’d like you to spend a short while thinking about all of those images that you see on TV, on the internet and in magazines and advertisements again. Think also about images of yourself or your friends and family.

  • Do you think they are all ‘natural’?
  • Which ones may have been edited in some way?
  • When you take a ‘selfie’, do you sometimes edit it or add a filter? Why?
  • Does it always matter if an image is altered in some way?

You might want to go on a ‘Spot the edits’ hunt of your own.

Don’t forget you can send anything you find or any observations to:

year5@overseal.derbyshire.sch.uk

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